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CMB Print Works
Caribou were once one of Canada’s most widespread wildlife species. Found wandering over 80% of the country's landscape. Today, their populations are plummeting with many herds at the immediate risk of extirpation, localized extinction. Tucked away in the mountain ranges of northern British Columbia, on traditional Treaty 8 Territory, two 2 First Nation communities partnered with leading Ecologists to bring the Klinse-Za Caribou herd back from the brink of extinction.
The synergy of traditional knowledge and science has evolved into the boldest
and most successful conservation effort in Canada to save the Caribou.
Artist Caitlin Bodewitz was honored to meet the 4 legged and 2 legged members of this project and bring their story back into her studio. She then partnered with Videographer Locke Vincent to give you a glimpse into the world of the Caribou and her creation process.
Join us in a critical conversation around conservation and feel inspired to take action to protect our sacred and fragile planet.
WATCH THE FILM HERE:
"MOTHERS OF THE MOUNTAINS"
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